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Advances in Medical Education

  • A. J. J. A. Scherpbier
  • C. P. M. van der Vleuten
  • J. J. Rethans
  • A. F. W. van der Steeg

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages N1-xii
  2. Key-Note Addresses

  3. Aims and Objectives

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 31-31
    2. A. G. Greenburg, S. M. Case, G. S. Golden, D. E. Melnick
      Pages 34-36
    3. P. A. O’Neill, T. Dornan
      Pages 40-42
  4. Community Based Programmes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 45-45
    2. P. Chastonay, H. Stalder, F. Mottu, A. Rougemont, T. Perneger, A. Morabia et al.
      Pages 46-48
    3. S. L. Hartley, J. H. S. Fuller, A. Berlin
      Pages 49-52
    4. A. Hatim Ricardo, R. S. Salas-Perea
      Pages 53-54
    5. E. R. McLennan, M. Rickets, S. L. Hartley, K. Hoffmann, D. Gill, A. Berlin et al.
      Pages 55-57
  5. Continuing Medical Education

  6. Curriculum Development

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 83-83
    2. D. A. Cook, A. H. Walji
      Pages 91-93
    3. A. J. Gercama, R. O. B. Gans
      Pages 101-103
    4. M. Hanson, M. L. Russell, A. Robb
      Pages 106-108
    5. J. Szeberényi, N. Nusser, G. Boglàri, L. Komàromy, M. Pap, Á. Sebok et al.
      Pages 121-123
  7. Examining Examinations

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 127-127
    2. C. A. Brailovsky, P. Grand’Maison, F. Miller, P. Rainsberry
      Pages 131-134
    3. S. M. Case, D. B. Swanson, D. R. Ripkey, L. T. Bowles, D. E. Melnick
      Pages 135-138
    4. J. P. W. Cunnington, G. R. Norman, J. M. Blake, W. D. Dauphinee, D. E. Blackmore
      Pages 139-142
    5. J. P. W. Cunnington, A. J. Neville, G. R. Norman
      Pages 143-145
    6. G. F. Dillon, T. R. Henzel, W. P. Walsh
      Pages 146-148
    7. Y. V. Fan, S. G. Clyman, B. E. Clauser, T. W. Piemme, L. Chang, J. El-Bayoumi et al.
      Pages 149-151

About this book

Introduction

About 550 registrants from 51 different countries attended the Seventh Ottawa Conference on Medical Education and Assessment in Maastricht. We received 525 abstracts for the conference, divided in thematic poster sessions and platform presentations. Organising the conference was an honour and we tried to meet the high standards of a friendly and relaxed atmosphere which has characterized previous Ottawa conferences. During and after the conference about 250 papers were submitted for publication in the conference proceedings, leaving us little time for a post-conference depression. Despite the large number of papers, the editors have attempted to review and edit the papers as care­ fully as possible. Occasionally, however, correspondence exceeded reasonable deadlines, preventing careful editing of a small number of the papers. Although we felt that our editorial task was not quite finished, we nevertheless decided to include these papers. We thank the many authors for their enthusiastic and prompt response to - occasionally tedious - editorial suggestions and requests. We are sure that this collective effort has resulted in a book that will make an important contribution to the field of medical education. The editors want to thank Jocelyn Flippo-Berger whose expertise with desk top publishing and perseverance was a great help.

Keywords

assessment family medicine information

Editors and affiliations

  • A. J. J. A. Scherpbier
    • 1
  • C. P. M. van der Vleuten
    • 1
  • J. J. Rethans
    • 1
  • A. F. W. van der Steeg
    • 1
  1. 1.Maastricht UniversityThe Netherlands

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